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Egg Harbor plans Church Street project

The Village of Egg Harbor intends to completely renovate Church Street from Harbor School Road north to Highway 42 in 2021. Trustee Lisa Van Laanen says that about a third of the engineering work is d...

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Tariffs affect local industry

When you ask Algoma Lumber Company President Dan Kudick how the industry is doing in 2019, his response is a reserved "okay." Kudick believes that the main headwind is the spat of trade wars...

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Door County Veteran Service Office makes hire

Beth Wartella is settling in to her role as Door County's Veterans Service Officer including making her first official hire. Nathan LeClair served in the US Navy from 2005 to 2013. Military servic...

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White-nose syndrome ravages Wisconsin bats

Door Peninsula bat populations are being decimated by a relatively new disease. White-nose syndrome stems from a fungus believed to have originated in Europe. It was discovered in New York State barel...

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Public hearing set for fee increases

Door County transportation programs are running a deficit. Both Door 2 Door, the county taxi service, and the ADRC bus, which is meant for the elderly, have been managed by the Department of Health an...

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A firetruck on a ferry? No problem

The Washington Island Fire Department put out the call for assistance on Tuesday, November 13th to battle a structure fire. Northern Door County volunteer departments answered the call for mutual aid ...

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Algoma Tech Ed program gets donation

Algoma School District's Technical Education Program received a donation earlier this month of a new track saw from the Brown County Homebuilders Association. The organization is hosting a design ...

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Birch Creek Music attracts international talent

The Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor has become a hub for talent from around the world. Faculty who teach throughout the summer hail from 15 states and the student body comprises eve...

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L-C's Sewell leads All-State Soccer team

Only one player from the area made the Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association 2019 All-State team this fall and it is probably not from the team you thought it would be.   Despite winnin...

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Practices begin Monday for other winter sports

A week after area girls' basketball teams got their seasons underway with practices, the boys (and some girls too) will get back to work beginning on Monday.   Wrestling, boy's bask...

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Bucks outpace Pacers

The Milwaukee Bucks continued their hot start to the season with a 102-83 rout of the host Indiana Pacers Saturday night.   Giannis Antetokounmpo once again led the way for the Bucks with 2...

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Phoenix cruise past Mizzou

The Green Bay Phoenix responded from home opener loss a week ago with a 72-64 win over visiting Missouri Saturday afternoon.   It was a wire to wire win for the Phoenix, despite giving up 3...

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Badgers stay alive in division race

The Wisconsin Badgers not only beat the Nebraska Cornhuskers, but also received some much-needed help from the Iowa Hawkeyes Saturday afternoon.   Behind a big second quarter and 204 yards ...

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Girls basketball scrimmages Saturday

Southern Door High School girls basketball scrimmages in a four-way Saturday at Two Rivers. Also on the court will be North Fond du Lac and Green Bay East. Kewaunee and Algoma High Schools are hosting...

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2019 D2 State Championship: Luxemburg-Casco captures game 3 and state title

2019 D2 State Championship: Luxemburg-Casco wins game 2

2019 D2 State Championship: Luxemburg-Casco wins game one

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